Mobile app security professionals who connect and engage with the broader mobile appsec community can amplify their efforts and learn from each other. Combined, the NowSecure services team members have pen tested thousands of mobile apps. They share three key best practices for mobile app pen testing that practitioners can adopt to meet their organizations’ needs.
Because NowSecure was founded as a mobile application forensics company a decade ago, penetration testing is built into our DNA. We’ve tested thousands of Android and iOS apps on behalf of our customers, uncovered some scary vulnerabilities and helped customers improve the security of their mobile apps. The following is the third installment of an
Automation makes it possible to blend the thorough coverage of a pen test with the speed, frequency and repeatability of DevOps, all at an affordable price. Discover how the combination of modern mobile appsec testing technology and outsourced penetration testing services can provide peace of mind about your mobile app security program.
Many organizations struggle with mobile appsec testing due to a lack of resources, technology challenges, insufficient skills and a lack of understanding about the costs and economics of various testing options. At the same time, they face ever-increasing levels of risk, particularly in industries commonly targeted by hackers. What they don’t realize is organizations can deploy automated tools that deliver continuous security testing every day for less than half the cost of an outsourced pen test.
Security analysts typically rely on their development team to export an .ipa file for security testing iOS apps. This post provides step-by-step instructions for using Xcode to export an app for security testing purposes.
If you’ve ever tried to compile DVIA for iOS 10 and Xcode 8, you probably ran into some challenges. This article teaches you step-by-step how to compile DVIA for mobile app security testing.